Selection of all files instead of selecting one by one on iOS
While moving files from one folder to another folder selecting all files instead of selecting one by one
This is something we’re planning to add to the app. No dates to share yet.
Christopher Kennedy commented
Not being able to select multiple files for upload is a real disadvantage and having just purchased OneDrive, this is making me think twice.
A separate option to select all items should be made available, instead of having to select all items manually.
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It should have this function at the first place, how come Microsoft team didn't notice this??? Really!?
Can Microsoft developer upgrade the software where the OneDrive apps in the phone can select all the items in the OneDrive instead of clicking the entire photos one by one on the phone. It is time consuming especially I have few hundreds of photos.
tick-tock.... tick-tock..... tick-tock....
5 years later... still not there.. lol
Maybe title should state: “Multiple” instead of “All”..
Hope this comes soon, as it is so basic a feature which a big company like Microsoft already should have implemented.. Maybe get inspiration from iOS Photos app, where you can glide with the finger.. Or Go-Pro where it is possible to select by date.
looking forward Admin. :)
Derek Schulte commented
This must be considered table stakes in 2020. Whoever the PM is for this feature/area, please make this the highest priority. With certainty the Microsoft strategy is all about bringing businesses to Azure and the company I represent should be considered a member of the Microsoft Azure family. We run nearly 100% of our business on Azure and Microsoft products from Cognitive Services all the way down to Microsoft Surface laptops. We even buy the top-of-the-line Surface Arc Mouse for every employee for crying out loud.
I manage the IT for this startup and we are trying to use this so that we can upload ~10,000 photos per month into SHAREPOINT STORAGE (A.R.R.!!!) from iPhones using this app. Having to PAY employees for their time which they are forced to waste by single-selecting upwards of 750 photos at a time cannot be considered anything less than ludicrous.
When I came here I was just going to make my polite vote and go on with my day but this obvious golden nugget has been lying here since 2016! Look at all of these paying customers here who are BEGGING YOU to let them UTILIZE MORE AZURE STORAGE and you're literally refusing us because of the lack of this feature.
So now instead of being able to use Microsoft (I'm a hometown Seattleite and I'd love nothing more than to give Azure our business if possible) I'm going to be forced to sign up for iCloud or Dropbox and the amount of code and process required on your part to stop that is very small.
Imagine how awesome of a story it would make if the Product Manager replies to this thread and makes this real? Please Microsoft do some magic and make this go!
Its 2020 and I still cannot select multiple pictures with one swipe??
Hi, is this problem fixed? On a iPadOS 13.3 iPad Pro?
Markus Murschitz commented
I can only agree with all the other affected customers here, we use iPhones and Microsoft OneDrive in our company (1000+ employees) as hard/software standard. But missing this feature lets me question that decision. Do not understand me wrong, I think OneDrive is a great software both on windows and linux. But not being able to feasibly use a good Phone with a good camera with it is a real drag.
I hope you are willing to add this soon. Because this is a real problem and will likely cause us to overthink the cloud service selection decision.
Spaghetti Papa commented
Seriously, PLEASE add this feature. I am tearing my hair out trying to migrate large quantities of photos to my iPhone from OneDrive. I truly do not understand how a feature so basic as "Select All" has not been implemented in FOUR YEARS.
Rajnal Prasad commented
Is this a joke? Absolute pathetic app.
Are you kidding me this feature does not exist.... Just when I think Microsoft not si bad anymore...
It is absolutely ridiculous that it's 2019 and there's still no way to select all files in a folder on OneDrive. It's easy to UNselect all, but you can't select all. WTF?!
Simon Jefferies commented
This is a long running request and doesn’t look like materialising. A shame such a simple UI feature is missing. I can’t see how to migrate 1000’s of files and photos across is going to happen any time soon for a lot of people. Being a developer wish i could assist to make this happen :(